Monday, 23rd July 2018
23 July 2018

Day 31 – Lesson 13 – PG NEET Ophthalmology Mcqs – Uvea

Day 31 – Lesson 13 – PG NEET Ophthalmology Mcqs – Uvea

  1. The dangerous area of the eye is;
    1. Retina
    2. Sclera
    3. Ciliary body
    4. optic nerve
      1. Ans(3)
  2. In which of the following condition snow-banking is seen:
    1. Leprotic uveitis
    2. Candidiasis
    3. Pars planitis
    4. Fuchs iridocyclitis
      1. Ans(3)
  3. Atropine is used in the treatment of iridocyclitis because of it:
    1. Dilates pupil and increase the flow of fresh aqueous rich in nutrients and antibodies
    2. Prevents formation of posterior synechiae
    3. Gives rest to iris and ciliary body
    4. All are cataract
      1.  Ans(4)
  4. The penetration of the drug through the blood-ocular barrier is increased by all except
    1. high lipid solubility of the drugs
    2. bolus administration of the drug
    3. drugs with high affinity for the plasma proteins
    4. Ocular inflammation
      1. Ans(3)
  5. Vortex vein invasion is commonly seen in
    1. Retinoblastoma
    2. malignant melanoma
    3. Optic nerve glioma
    4. medulloepithelioma
      1. Ans(2)
  6. Not seen in acute iridocyclitis;
    1. Small pupil
    2. Mucopurulent discharge
    3. Ciliary congestion
    4. Pain
      1. Ans(2)
  7. Iris is thinnest at:
    1. Ciliary zone
    2. pupil margin
    3. base
    4. collarette
      1. Ans(3)
  8. Vortex veins drain:
    1. Uveal Tract
    2. Sclera
    3. Iris and ciliary body
    4. retina
      1. Ans(1)
  9. In which of the following condition, recurrent iridocyclitis with hypopyon is seen:
    1. Ankylosing spondylitis
    2. Rheumatoid arthritis
    3. Still’s disease
    4. Behcet’s syndrome
      1. Ans(4)
  10. A 30-year-old patient presented with a miotic pupil with raised IOP and normal AC in one eye, and a hazy cornea with shallow AC in the fellow eye. The most likely diagnosis:
    1. Acute congestive glaucoma
    2. Chronic simple glaucoma
    3. Acute anterior uveitis
    4. Endophthalmitis
      1. Ans(3)
  11. In which of the following condition, heterochromia of the iris is seen ;
    1. Myotonic dystrophy
    2. Heterochromic iridocyclitis of Fuchs
    3. Pierre Robin syndrome
    4. Treacher Collins syndrome
      1. Ans(2)
  12. All the following drugs are used in acute anterior uveitis EXCEPT;
    1. Pilocarpine
    2. Atropine
    3. Timolol
    4. Propranolol
      1. Ans(1)
  13. In adults the most common intraocular tumor is:
    1. Vitreous tumor
    2. malignant melanoma
    3. Metastasis
    4. Retinoblastoma
      1. Ans(2)
  14. Chronic Iridocyclitis is a fracture of which of the following disease:
    1. Polyarticular RF -ve
    2. Polyarticular RF + ve
    3. Pauciarticular type I
    4. pauciarticular type II
      1. Ans(3)
  15. True statement about’s membrane
    1. It has five well-defined layers
    2. It is penetrated by the choriocapillaris
    3. It is 2 – 4 mm thick
    4. It is absent at the fovea
      1. Ans(1)
  16. The treatment of choice for acute anterior uveitis is/
    1. Local steroids
    2. Systemic steroids
    3. Local NSAIDS
    4. Systemic NSAIDS
      1. Ans(1)
  17. Most common systemic association with acute anterior uveitis with arthritis is:
    1. Syphilis
    2. Tuberculosis
    3. Ankylosing spondylitis
    4. Rheumatoid arthritis
      1. Ans(3)
  18. In which of the following condition Lisch nodules are seen;
    1. Rosaces
    2. Neurofibromatosis
    3. Von Hipple-Lindau syndrome
    4. Tuberous sclerosis
      1. Ans(2)
  19. Koeppe’s nodule is seen
    1. In the anterior lid margin
    2. In the conjunctival membrane
    3. In the cornea
    4. At the pupillary margin of the iris
      1. Ans(4)
  20. Posner Schlossmann syndrome is a type of:
    1. Exudative retinitis
    2. Hypertensive uveitis
    3. Genetic disease
    4. retinitis pigmentosa
      1. Ans(2)
  21. Which of the following for anterior uveitis drug was used in LUMINATE trial
    1. Cyclosporin
    2. Voclosporin
    3. Methotrexate
    4. Infliximab
      1. Ans(2)
  22. Endophthalmitis the structures involved include all except:
    1. Vitreous
    2. Sclera
    3. Uvea
    4. retina
      1. Ans(2)
  23. Choroidal neovascularization can be seen in all the following except:
    1. Hypermetropia
    2. Angioid streak
    3. Trauma
    4. myopia
      1. Ans(1)
  24. candle wax drippings seen in sarcoidosis is due to:
    1. Exudation from choroidal nodules
    2. Exudates from peripheral retinal periphlebitis
    3. Snowball opacities in optic nerve head
    4. Granulomas in optic never head
      1. Ans(2)
  25. True about Uveal effusion syndrome is all except
    1. Due to the defect in the sclera
    2. Choroid -retinal detachment
    3. Scleritis
    4. Myopia
      1. Ans(4)
  26. True about Juxta foveal telangiectasia is all except
    1. A variant of Coat’s disease
    2. macular telangiectasia
    3. Peripheral telangiectasia
    4. A structural abnormality is seen in the vessel
      1. Ans(3)
  27. regarding pilocarpine true statement is;
    1. It decreases aqueous sclera
    2. It should be used cautiously  in aphakic glaucoma
    3. It is used in the management of  inflammatory glaucoma associated with uveitis
    4. It is a parasympatholytic
      1. Ans(2)
  28. Bacillus cereus is typically associated with ______ endophthalmitis
    1. Early post-operative
    2. Delayed
    3. posttraumatic
    4. None of the above
      1. Ans(3)
  29. Iris roseolas are seen in:
    1. Sarcoidosis
    2. leprosy
    3. Syphilis
    4. TB
      1. Ans(3)
  30. Candle wax dripping is seen in
    1. Sarcoidosis
    2. Syphilis
    3. Behcet’s
    4. candida endophthalmitis
      1. Ans(1)
  31. True about ciliary body is:
    1. Located about 10 mm from the corneoscleral junction
    2. Consists of pars plana and pars plicata
    3. Contraction of the ciliary body helps in accommodation
    4. Derives its blood supply from the short posterior ciliary arteries
      1. Ans(2)
  32. Granulomatous uveitis is seen in
    1. Vogt – Koyanagi Harada’s disease
    2. Fuch’s heterochronic iridocyclitis
    3. Behcet’s disease
    4. Sarcoidosis
      1. Ans(1)
  33. Koeppe’s and Busacca’s nodules are characteristic of:
    1. Granulomatous uveitis
    2. Non – granulomatous uveitis
    3. Recurrent uveitis
    4. Chronic uveitis
      1. Ans(1)
  34. Mutton fat keratic precipitates are seen in:
    1. Non – granulomatous uveitis
    2. Granulomatous uveitis
    3. posterior uveitis
    4. Intermediate uveitis
      1. Ans(2)
  35. Mutton fat keratic precipitates are not seen in:
    1. Tuberculosis
    2. Fuch’s heterochromic iridocyclitis
    3. Sarcoidosis
    4. Fungal infection
      1. Ans(2)
  36. Anterior uveitis is characterized by all except:
    1. Aqueous flare
    2. Shallow anterior chamber
    3. Circumcorneal congestion
    4. Miosis
      1. Ans(2)
  37. The type of synechiae in iris bombe is:
    1. Ring
    2. Total
    3. Filiform
    4. Goniform
      1. Ans(1)
  38. What is the most common complication of recurrent anterior uveitis?
    1. Staphyloma
    2. Cataract
    3. glaucoma
    4. Vitreous hemorrhage
      1. Ans(2)
  39. Drug of choice for acute iridocyclitis:
    1. Steroids
    2. acetazolamide
    3. atropine
    4. Antibodies
      1. Ans(1)
  40. The primary objective of the use of atropine in anterior uveitis is:
    1. Relaxation of the ciliary muscle
    2. Increase blood flow
    3. Prevent posterior synechiae formation
    4. Increase the supply of antibodies
      1. Ans(1)
  41. Which drug should not be used in raised IOP with uveitis:
    1. Timolol
    2. Pilocarpine
    3. Atropine
    4. Acetazolamide
      1. Ans(2)
  42. snow banking is seen in:
    1. Pars planitis
    2. Endophthalmitis
    3. Coat’s disease
    4. Eales’ disease
      1. Ans(1)
  43. In a patient of anterior uveitis, decrease in vision due to posterior segment involvement may be because of:
    1. Vitreous floaters
    2. Inflammatory disc oedema
    3. Exudative retinal detachment
    4. Cystoid macular oedema
      1. Ans(4)
  44. Iridocyclitis is a feature of:
    1. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis with systemic features
    2. Seropositive pauciarticular JRA
    3. Seronegative pauciarticular JRA
    4. Seropositive polyarticular JRA
      1. Ans(3)
  45. Most common cause of chronic iridocyclitis in children
    1. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
    2. Sjogren’s syndrome
    3. Behcet’s disease
    4. SLE
      1. Ans(1)
  46. All of the following are true regarding anterior uveitis in ankylosing spondylitis except
    1. more common in female
    2. recurrent attacks are seen
    3. Fibrinous reaction in the anterior chamber is seen
    4. narrowing of joint spaces in sacroiliac joints is a feature
      1. Ans(1)
  47. HLA B5 is associated with:
    1. Vogt – Koyanagi  Harada’s disease
    2. Possner Schlossman syndrome
    3. Behcet’s disease
    4. Reiter’s syndrome
      1. Ans(3)
  48. In Fuch’s heterochromic iridocyclitis, true is:
    1. 60% cause develop glaucoma
    2. Show a good response to steroids
    3. Lens implantation following cataract surgery is contraindicated
    4. Hyphaema during cataract surgery is seen
      1. Ans(4)
  49. A young patient presents with gradual blurring of vision in the left eye. Slit lamp reveals fine stellate keratic precipitates, aqueous flare, and posterior subcapsular cataract. No posterior synechiae are seen. The most likely diagnosis is;
    1. Intermediate uveitis
    2. Heerfordt’s disease
    3. Heterochromic iridocyclitis of Fuch
    4. Subacute iridocyclitis
      1. Ans(3)
  50. Skin depigmentation, bilateral uveitis, and tinnitus is a feature of;
    1. Waardenburg syndrome
    2. Vogt Koyanagi Harada disease
    3. Alpert’s syndrome
    4. Werner’s syndrome
      1. Ans(2)

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